National Occupational Therapy Month

October, National Occupational Therapy Month !

To celebrate Occupational Therapy (OT), the Do-Live-Well team would like to inform you about OT and our framework through a quiz.

Please explore the Do Live Well website and let us know what you learned about OT, Do-Live-Well or any comments you want to share in this occupational therapy month.


1- Occupational Therapy comes originally from the Greek words «ergon» which means «activity» and «therapeia» which means « cure».  Occupational therapists are health professionals who treat with the use of activity. True or false

2- Occupational therapists only help persons who have diagnosed health problems. True or false

3– Which are the goals of Occupational Therapy:

a) Enable people to participate in daily activity that they want to or need to do.

b) Help people achieve the right amount and the right variations in daily activities (life balance)

c) Engage in occupations related to self-care, productivity and leisure

d) Assess and address environmental accessibility and safety

e) All of the above

f) None of the above

4- Who can benefit from occupational therapy services?

a) children, adults

b) adults, seniors

c) children, adults, seniors

5- In how many countries, in the world, are there Occupational Therapists?

a) Only in North America

b) 15-25

c) 50

d) More than 70

The last two questions are about Do-Live-Well framework. Check on the website to find the answers.

6- What is the goal of the Do-Live-Well framework?

7- There are 8 dimensions of experience that are important to consider in terms of how they impact health and well-being. Six are listed below. Name the other two:

Activating your body, mind and spirit; Connecting with others; Building security and prosperity; Developing and expressing identity; Developing capabilities and potential.

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1- True   2-  False   3- e)  4- c)  5- d)  6- developing occupation-based guidelines for health and well-being that would expand existing healthy living guidelines beyond diet and exercise 7- Contributing to community and society; Taking care of yourself; Expressing pleasure and joy